X-NetStat shows your current Internet and network connections in realtime. These connections are established each time you visit a web page, send an instant message, check your email, or connect to another computer. They also appear when outside computers attempt to connect to your machine, authorized or not.
Information shown includes local and remote addresses, local and remote ports, the status, the age of the connection, how much bandwidth/traffic the connection is using, the program EXE behind it, and additional metadata. It's kind of like network radar, and you can even block unwanted connections.
Additional features for network administrators include a Rules system to set up actions based on network conditions, a Network Statistics window displaying information on network interfaces and protocols, a server that lets you access XNS information remotely, a collection of Lookup Tools (TraceRoute, WHOIS, Finger, DNS, Web Search, Server Version, NetBIOS Lookup, Online Tools, etc), a Port Database, Logging capabilities, transmission LED lights, a dockable ViewBar, and many more features.
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